Grateful Dead Live at Richfield Coliseum on 1992-06-09
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- Grateful Dead
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|Cold Rain & Snow|
|Wang Dang Doodle|
|Me & My Uncle >|
|Victim Or The Crime >|
|Ship Of Fools|
|Long Way To Go Home >|
|Eyes Of The World >|
|All Along The Watchtower >|
|Black Peter >|
|Turn On Your Lovelight|
flac16 format; Set I: AUD, FOB Schoeps CMC32's > DAT > PCM > DAT, Set II: AUD, OTS AKG 568's > DAT > PCM > DAT; Transfer: DAT > WAV > FLAC: Dan Stephens: Tascam DA-20mkII > M Audio Delta Audiophile 2496 > CDWav v1.71 > FLAC Frontend (no DAE)
- 2004-04-28 14:54:01
- DAT > WAV > FLAC: Dan Stephens: Tascam DA-20mkII > M Audio Delta Audiophile 2496 > CDWav v1.71 > FLAC Frontend (no DAE)
- Richfield, OH
- Richfield Coliseum
Subject: Some enjoyable bits
As a history buff, I got a kick out of Jerry’s work in Space. He pays homage to Ken Burns’ documentary ‘The Civil War’ which was released in 1990 and still quite popular in 1992. He starts out with ‘Ashokan Farewell’ and then goes into ‘Shenandoah’ at about 3:10 for only about a minute.
Subject: This show sucks beyond measure
This was the first indoor show with the new digital PA and Monitor, and the they had yet to become familiar with the technology (which they never did master). The Jerry final solo in Eyes was heard only by himself, and if the people around me had their own eyes open they would have seen Jerry ~smiling~ and sawing his guitar in half but with nothing from him coming out of the PA...I was in the 10th row and it was all too obvious that Jerry's feed wasn't making it out to the PA...finally Vince had to stand up and gesture to somebody offstage that something was wrong...and it seemed that in a crowd of 16,000 people I was the only one to notice.
As for Black Peter, Jerry spent a fair amount of time screaming in to the mic to Harry Popkick; he was red-faced and PISSED OFF and totally missed a verse because of it....the only redeeming factor was the outro jam, which was really angry because Jerry was, well, really angry.
This was one of those nights where it was really painful to be up close.
If you want to listen to shows that suck harder than this one, I can steer you to the post-space part of the 3rd night Alpine '88, and of course the very last show at Soldier's Field.
Subject: This Ship...
Subject: I joined just to write this reveiw
Subject: dont bash
Although this show is not a mind blower, I do think the 1 star reviews are a wee bit harsh. This show merits at least 2 to 3 stars minimum IMHO.
Subject: damn close but not quite right
Subject: not the best, but not horrible
Subject: DON'T BOTHER!!!!!!!
Subject: A real snoozer
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